All on his own, he came up with this:
Can you imagine what it would be like if people were allowed to bring guns into a hospital? Think of that unhappy patient: "You call this a good nose job, Doc?" BAM!Wow. All that originality. And from a writer of sitcoms. Who woulda' thunk?
After discovering this "crazy" law, he came down with a case of PSH:
Once I learned about this concealed weapons thing, I was checking out everybody, wondering if they were secretly carrying a gun. "How about those three noisy girls behind me in the movie theater? Were they packing lead?" "What about the busty woman on the other side of the restaurant. Did she have a gun in her bra or was she just glad to see me?" "What about that minister striding towards me? Was he a Gunslinger for God?" It makes for a somewhat uneasy visit.
Why would this make him "uneasy"? Well let's look at his Bio of life experiences:
I grew up in Chicago, went to college at Berkeley, and got my Masters at Northwestern. Then I followed my dream to become a serious writer by moving to Los Angeles and getting a job writing questions and "ad-lib" jokes for the game show, "Hollywood Squares.
Ah, that explains it. I wonder how much therapy Mr. Garver will need after visiting the other 39 states that have liberal CCW laws? He'ld probably have to be committed if he ever visited Vermont or Alaska where no license is required. Going to the NRA convention in KY would have given him an aneurism.